Kimberley Elizabeth Sherman Grove
Kimberley Elizabeth Sherman Grove has taught creative writing at Loyalist College, the University of Ciego de Avila, in Cuba, the Colborne Community Care Centre, and the Trenton Military base.
She has been published in the Boston Globe, the Christian Science Monitor, The Globe and Mail, and The Toronto Star. She was a contracted contributing writer for the Community Press and The Shield.
Her latest book entitled, Stories Inked, was a commissioned manuscript for ORT Toronto. She was editor for the Canada Cuba Literary Alliance member anthology, Sí Cuba. She has edited a number of memoirs for individual authors including: The Joy of Music, and Brothers Don’t Fight.
Her stories and poems have been published in numerous anthologies including, Hola Cuba, A Time of Trial, and Grandmother, Mother and Me.
Kim has been interviewed on radio and has written and performed eight radio commercials for the Grafton Village Inn.